Archives for September 2010

What They’re Saying: Responsible Marcellus Shale Gas Development Creating Jobs, Delivering Affordable Supplies of Homegrown, Clean-Burning Energy to Consumers

“Pennsylvania’s Marcellus Shale has been a bright spot in job creation” Marcellus development “to create more than 111,000 new jobs and generate $987 million in state and local tax revenue by 2011” ‘Marcellus Multiplier’ creating “a surge in real estate activity”; “There’s no question it’s having a positive impact” on regional hotels We’re Hiring: “Shale […]

Kathryn Klaber, President of Marcellus Shale Coalition, on WILK FM

WILK-FM
Kathryn Klaber, President of Marcellus Shale Coalition, talks to Corbett about a PA Homeland Security intelligence bulletin warning of an increasing threat to the energy sector.

Welcome to Wayne County

Home of folks who know a thing or two about clean energy from the Marcellus Shale — and aren’t afraid to tell DRBC how to use it Before there was a Hoover, Grand Coulee or Niagara, there was a Wallenpaupack – a manmade lake dug out of Pike and Wayne counties featuring a state-of-the-art dam […]

MSC Launches Online Marcellus Jobs Headquarters

New site serves as interactive, one-stop-shop for shale gas job-seekers in the region Canonsburg, Pa. – Today, the Marcellus Shale Coalition (MSC) launched a cutting-edge, interactive website dedicated to connecting job seekers with its member companies operating throughout the Marcellus region. The site – MarcellusCoalition.org/site/jobportal.html, which is featured below – offers in-depth descriptions of the […]

Marcellus Shale: Rebuilding our workforce and infrastructure

Lock Haven Express, MSC’s Kathryn Klaber
While many regions across the nation, and the Commonwealth, continue to face sluggish economic times and continued job loss, the responsible development of the Marcellus Shale’s clean-burning natural gas resources are driving commerce, and genuine and lasting economic activity, opportunity and job growth.

Gas boom economic engine for company

Tribune-Review
When a Texas gas company hired Michael Pascuzzi’s earth-moving business to build two water impoundments, he sat down at his desk and cried. The family-owned company had been headed for bankruptcy.

On the Radio: MSC Talks About Responsible Marcellus Development on Susquehanna Valley Airwaves

MSC president: “It’s important for listeners to understand more and more about this industry, and really get the facts, because this has been done safely for years and years.” MSC president: “The Safe Drinking Water Act never was the venue for which we regulated hydraulic fracturing processes in this country. It’s regulated by the states, […]